Four new members join Foundation Board
The University of Wisconsin-Parkside Foundation Board recently welcomed four new community members. Alumni Greg Anderegg, Richard Caskey, and Kimberly Kane joined Joel Beck on the board.
A 1977 Interdisciplinary Studies graduate, Greg Anderegg is director of Global Community Affairs at SC Johnson. He is responsible for developing the company's goals and strategies to support and improve K-12, post-secondary, and adult education in communities where the company operates worldwide. He has also managed the company's efforts to strengthen community-based family and youth programs. He currently serves on the boards of the Downtown Racine Corporation, All Saints Health Care Foundation, and Next Generation Now and is an avid Foreign Film Series fan.
A UW-Parkside MBA graduate, Rich Caskey is president of merchandising at Snap-On Tools. His previous company titles include vice president marketing and vice president and general manager Power Tools. An active alumnus, he is a member of the Graduate Business School Alumni Association and a College of Business, Economics, and Computing Advisory Board member which he joined in 1988 and served for three years as Chair. He received the Alumni Association Distinguished Achievement Award in 1998. He is a past member of Sales and Marketing Executives, Racine/Kenosha.
Kimberly Kane is co-founder of Mediaspirits, a video production and development company. An award-winning medical reporter whose stories have aired in cities across the nation, Kane is a member of UW Milwaukee's College of Health Sciences Advisory Board, chairing the board's Programming Committee. She is a member of TEMPO Milwaukee, an organization that seeks to further the impact of women leaders in the community. Kane is a 1995 graduate of UW-Parkside. She lives in Milwaukee with her husband and three sons.
Joel Beck is vice president and branchmanager of Robert W. Baird & Company's Racine office, bringing a "genuine passion for creating great outcomes in clients' lives and a deep desire to help them achieve the things they wanted for themselves and the people they care about," he stated. A 1990 graduate of UW-Madison, Beck holds a degree in Civil and Environmental Engineering. He also serves on the board and the investment committee of Society's Assets, an independent living center for seniors and those with disabilities.They join a Foundation Board headed by President Christian Lie and current members Peter Barca, Raymond J. Camosy, Roger Caron, Elynor Chemerow, Gary Groenke, Neil Guttormsen, Michael Haubrich, John Knuteson, Scott Larsen, Timothy Mahone, Gary Meier, JoAnn Murtha, Thomas Nelson, Howard Olson, Rita Petretti, Vincent Ruffolo, Heidi Skatrud, James Spielmann, George Stinson, Carmelo Tenuta, Robert Toeppe, and Dr. Joan Wilk.